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Germany crushes Estonia 8-0 in Euro 2020 qualifier: Live stream, game time thread, how to watch

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Germany wants its third consecutive win in its Euro 2020 qualifying campaign as it faces underdog Estonia in Mainz.

BARYSAW, BELARUS - JUNE 08: Joshua Kimmich of Germany plays the ball during the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier match between Belarus and Germany at Borisov-Arena on June 08, 2019 in Barysaw, Belarus.
Joshua Kimmich playing against Belarus at Borisov-Arena, June 08, 2019.
Photo by Thomas Eisenhuth - UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images

Update [4:35PM EST]

Germany crushed Estonia 8-0. The goalscorers were:

  • Marco Reus: 10’, 37’
  • Serge Gnabry: 17’, 62’
  • Leon Goretzka: 20’
  • Ilkay Gundogan: 26’ (PK)
  • Timo Werner: 79’ (aka #TimoTime)
  • Leroy Sane: 88’

It doesn’t get much more dominant than that.


After defeating Belarus 2-0, Germany will continue their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign against Estonia. Germany is the overwhelming favorite.

Die Mannschaft, currently led by Marcus Sorg in the absence of dumbbell-injured Jogi Löw, will field a similar lineup to that which faced Belarus. Bild reported yesterday that Timo Werner will not feature in the starting lineup, as Germany will presumably stick with Leroy Sané, Serge Gnabry, and Marco Reus.

Bayer Leverkusen star Kai Havertz is one major contender for a starting spot against an outclassed Estonia. As for Estonia, they will be without their captain, Ragnar Klavan. Estonia is in 5th place in Group C, just ahead of Belarus.

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